Hola Latin America: Paulick Report Launches Spanish Language Section

by | 05.19.2017 | 10:40am

The Paulick Report is introducing a new Spanish language section, Paulick Report en Español, aimed at bringing expanded news on North American racing and breeding to owners, breeders, trainers, horseplayers and fans throughout Latin America. Paulick Report en Español will also serve as a valuable resource for North American Thoroughbred industry participants who are natives of Latin American countries.

Ramon Brito, a well-known writer, racing analyst and handicapper in Venezuela, will be managing editor of Paulick Report en Español, which will feature original content and translated articles from PaulickReport.com that are of interest to Latin Americans. The Paulick Report en Español section will be contained in the news channel, at www.paulickreport.com/news/espanol/

“There is tremendous interest in Latin American countries for American racing and breeding among horsemen, horseplayers and fans,” said Ray Paulick, publisher of Paulick Report. “Latin American buyers add an important component to our bloodstock sales. We are seeing more simulcasting exchanges between Latin American countries and the U.S., and later this year Gulfstream Park will be the first American host track for the Clásico Internacional del Caribe. And, of course, there are many jockeys, trainers and industry employees who have emigrated to the United States from Latin American countries.”

Ramon Brito, Managing Editor, Paulick Report en Español

“Paulick Report understands the relevance of the Spanish-speaking audience, and their need for accurate, timely information on international horse racing,” said Brito. “Paulick Report en Español is here to fill that void, and we look forward to being a news reference from now on. I am grateful for this opportunity and it is an honor to be part of such an excellent team.”

Brito, who has been professionally involved with the Thoroughbred industry since 1995, has a large online following through his blog, Twitter account (@ramon30g) and Youtube channel. He's hosted a television show dedicated to racing in Venezuela and has produced or hosted radio shows and podcasts on racing. He lives in Caracas.

“I am very pleased to have someone with Ramon's knowledge and passion for international horse racing to lead this exciting new project for us,” said Paulick.

The Paulick Report was launched in June 2008 by Ray Paulick, formerly the longtime editorial director of Blood-Horse Publications, and Brad Cummings, who is now CEO of EquiLottery, a horse-racing themed lottery game. The website currently enjoys more than 200,000 monthly visitors and over one million monthly page views. Contributing writers and editors for Paulick Report have won two Eclipse Awards (Natalie Voss and John Scheinman), a Sovereign Award in Canada (Scott Jagow), and a Stanley Bergstein Award from Team Valor for investigative reporting (Ray Paulick).

For additional information, contact Ray Paulick ([email protected] or 859 312-2102) or Ramon Brito ([email protected] or 58 414 316-8181

For advertising inquiries, contact Emily Alberti ([email protected] or 859 913-9633

Paulick Report estrena una nueva sección en idioma Español, Paulick Report en Español, destinada a ofrecer noticias acerca del hipismo y la cría de Norteamérica para propietarios, criadores, entrenadores, apostadores y aficionados a lo largo y ancho de Latinoamérica. Paulick Report en Español también servirá como un valioso recurso para aquellos participantes de la industria del Purasangre en Norteamérica, nativos de países latinoamericanos.

Ramón Brito, reconocido escritor, analista de carreras y handicapper en Venezuela, será el editor a cargo de Paulick Report en Español, que tendrá contenidos originales y artículos traducidos de interés para la audiencia latina publicados en PaulickReport.com. La sección de Paulick Report en Español estará incluida en el canal de noticias, en www.paulickreport.com/news/espanol

“Existe un tremendo interés en los países de Latinoamérica por el hipismo norteamericano de parte de hípicos, apostadores y fanáticos”, afirmó Ray Paulick, editor de Paulick Report. “Los inversionistas latinoamericanos añaden un componente importante en las ventas de equinos. Cada vez hay más intercambios vía simulcast entre Latinoamérica y los Estados Unidos, y a finales de este año Gulfstream Park será el primer hipódromo norteamericano en ser sede del Clásico Internacional del Caribe. Por supuesto, hay muchos jinetes, entrenadores y empleados de esta industria que han emigrado a los Estados Unidos procedentes de países latinoamericanos”

“Paulick Report entiende la relevancia de la audiencia de habla hispana, y su necesidad de obtener información precisa y oportuna acerca del acontecer hípico internacional”, dijo Brito. “Paulick Report en Español llega para llenar ese vacío, y esperamos a futuro ser una referencia noticiosa en este sentido. Estoy muy agradecido por esta oportunidad, y es un honor ser parte de tan excelente equipo”

Brito ha estado involucrado profesionalmente a la industria del Purasangre desde 1995, y cuenta con un gran número de seguidores en línea a través de su blog, su cuenta de Twitter (@ramon30g) y su canal en YouTube. Fue moderador de un reconocido programa de televisión acerca del hipismo en Venezuela y ha producido o moderado diversos espacios de radio y podcasts de hipismo. Vive actualmente en Caracas.

“Estoy muy contento de contar con alguien que tenga el conocimiento y la pasión por el hipismo internacional como Ramón para liderar este excitante y novedoso proyecto para nosotros”, dijo Paulick.

Paulick Report fue lanzado en Junio de 2008 por Ray Paulick, por mucho tiempo director editorial de Blood-Horse Publications, y Brad Cummings, quien es actualmente el CEO de EquiLottery, un juego de lotería basado en carreras de caballos. La página web recibe en estos momentos más de 200,000 visitas mensuales, y más de un millón de vistas. Los escritores y editores de Paulick Report han sido galardonados con dos Eclipse Awards (Natalie Voss y John Scheinman), un Sovereign Award en Canadá (Scott Jagow) y un premio Stanley Bergstein de Team Valor por periodismo investigativo.

Para mayor información, contactar a Ray Paulick ([email protected] o 859 312-2102) o Ramón Brito ([email protected] o +58 414 316-8181)

Para información acerca de publicidad, contactar a Emily Alberti ([email protected] o 859 913-9633)

  • LuisG

    Congratulation Ramon!!! Ahora mas que nunca necesitamos esos espacios en Español, exitos en esta nueva funcion.

  • Nice
    PR has a international presents and continues to grow into a truly global publication one of the few us based pubs to do so Successfuly on line

  • Flying J

    Great news! Long overdue, well done!

  • Rue de Jean

    Not impressed. Would be much better to encourage foreigners, immigrants et al living, working, going to school, etc. in this country to learn the language of the country that they are benefiting from, that they be willing to assimilate rather than isolate…don’t ya know? If you publish in other countries, then go for it…in whatever country that is.

    • Cornerstone

      I agree

      • Manny AZ

        It is not just for North American readers, this new page will be available for horse racing fans and industry in Latin America, for everyone to follow the races and news from here. Get out of your little hole and stop always bringing politics into every damn thing, unless you want people living in South America to learn “your language” too??

        “There is tremendous interest in Latin American countries for American racing and breeding among horsemen, horseplayers and fans,” said Ray Paulick, publisher of Paulick Report.

  • Manny AZ

    This is great news! This page brings a lot of context and information for horse racing fans as it is, now in Spanish will expand its viewers, good job Ray! And good luck… Suerte Ramon esperemos sea un exito total

  • Ned Daly

    This is a very important development. Look at the track workers and the whole demographic trend in the US. If we want to keep racing alive, there needs to be something to appeal to a big section of the population. Overseas interest is a bonus.

  • Nell Ray

    I have seen this attempt in the United States lately and all I have to say is Americans better get ready to start pressing 1 for spanish and 2 for English.

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